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Review & Outlook: ​​Eric Adams’s Charter School Opportunity
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Jan 18, 9:38 AM: Eric Adams is promising to revitalize New York City as its new mayor, and one way to make his mark in education is to help charter schools expand. He has the power to take immediate steps that would provide more charter slots to >
NYC schools to allow remote option as attendance plunges during COVID surge
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Jan 18, 9:00 AM: A remote option is coming back to city schools in response to plunging attendance amid a surge in COVID-19 cases.
Opinion: Boston Public Schools should go into receivership
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Jan 18, 8:53 AM: It would be hard to design a school system that has more poorly served Black and brown students than BPS.
Virtual learning in New Jersey this time around? Both easier and more difficult for staff and students
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Jan 18, 7:24 AM: As many districts have switched to virtual this year to account for coronavirus-related staffing shortages, teachers have had to dust off their virtual tool kit as learning resumes on screens.
New York City mayor considering a temporary remote learning option after calling it ineffective last week
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Jan 14, 10:01 AM: New York City Mayor Eric Adams said Thursday that he's in talks with teachers union leadership and will consider a temporary remote learning option, less than a week after saying virtual lessons had not been effective earlier in the >
School can’t ‘cure every societal ill’ GOP lawyers argue in Pennsylvania funding case
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Jan 14, 9:49 AM: Philadelphia schools superintendent William Hite took the stand for a second day Thursday in a historic trial that could change the way Pennsylvania funds its public education system.
Poll: Newark Voters’ Support for Charter Schools Remains Steady While Concerns Grow Towards COVID’s Impact on Learning
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Jan 14, 9:26 AM:

Support for public charter schools among Newark voters remains, but the coronavirus pandemic’s impact on student learning has many concerned, according to a recent poll commissioned by the New Jersey Children’s Foundation, a >

New York City charter schools continue to emerge as a inclusive new opportunity for diverse and inclusive education
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Jan 14, 9:24 AM:

With 272 charter schools throughout the five boroughs of New York City, many parents are wondering what exactly makes a charter school different from a more traditional public school.

NH Teachers Union Blasts State Ed Board Rule Limiting Remote Learning
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Jan 14, 7:08 AM: Under the rule changes finalized by the board Thursday, schools can only use remote learning for weather events such as snowstorms, and when parents request the online-learning option.
N.H.'s pandemic-driven enrollment drops could shape coming education policy moves
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Jan 14, 6:53 AM: The COVID-19 pandemic dramatically only accelerated that trend. Now, as lawmakers, educators and advocates renew the debate over how to use tax dollars to educate New Hampshire children, the pandemic's impact on student enrollment >
Proposal uses federal money to fund school choice for Pennsylvania families during pandemic
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Jan 14, 6:43 AM: State Sen. Ryan Aument, R-Lititz, has introduced Senate Bill 1015 to create education savings accounts (ESAs) that Pennsylvania families can use to offset education costs for alternatives to public schools, funded through the >
NYC’s chancellor, David Banks, has proved public schools can improve
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Jan 13, 8:48 AM: Successfully organizing a diverse array of different groups — including charter schools — has served our schoolchildren well in the past and can do so once again in a new era of Big Apple school improvement.
Adams: No Remote Learning Option in NYC Schools for 6 Months
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Jan 13, 5:56 AM: It will take roughly six months before New York City schools can add remote learning options, Mayor Eric Adams told elected officials Wednesday morning.
Bill Would Hold The New Education Choice Program To Its Budget
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Jan 13, 5:45 AM: The Education Freedom Account program would be forced to live within its budget this fiscal year and next under a bill heard Wednesday.
SUNY approves 2 new Long Island charter schools despite political opposition
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Jan 12, 9:16 AM: The State University of New York Board of Trustees on Tuesday approved the opening of two new charter schools on Long Island despite opposition from a powerful lawmaker and K-12 education regulators.
Charter schools expected to be approved for Central Islip, Wyandanch
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Jan 11, 9:46 AM: Proposed charter schools for Central Islip and Wyandanch appear headed for final approval, as supporters reject arguments by state lawmakers, teacher-union leaders and others that the plans would undermine traditional school >
'Our kids deserve this building': Alma del Mar opens its new Frederick Douglass campus
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Jan 11, 9:35 AM: Scholars and teachers at Alma del Mar Charter School kicked off 2022 by finally moving into the new Frederick Douglass campus on Davis Street.
Teachers union calls for Rhode Island to shift to remote learning due to COVID increase
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Jan 11, 9:31 AM: The National Education Association Rhode Island has urged districts to shift to distance learning for at least a week, but said it does not contemplate a work stoppage like the one that has shuttered Chicago’s schools.
Proposed law would strip SUNY’s authority to OK new charter schools in New York
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Jan 11, 8:51 AM: A key state lawmaker overseeing New York City schools has introduced legislation that would block the opening of new charter schools in the Empire State, advocates claim.
‘Safety Should be an Option': Boston Student Petitions to Bring Back Remote Learning
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Jan 11, 8:46 AM: William Hu, a senior at Boston Latin School, is calling for the governor to make remote learning an option for schools as COVID cases surge once again

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